Lamborghini is currently considering the idea of adding a third model to its lineup that will be an “everyday” model. Chief executive Stephan Winkelmann recently told Reuters, “We are going to have a third model. It has to be an everyday car. We want to have a car which is able to be used on a daily basis.”
Lamborghini was hit hard by the economic crisis. In 2008 Lamborghini sold 2,430 cars compared to only 1,302 in 2010. The new “everyday” car would not be the result of a partnership, but Winkelmann stated “We will use synergies where possible within the (Volkswagen) group.”
Once the final decision is made it will take Lamborghini about four years to release the new model. This news provides more indication that the Estoque sedan concept could be produced.
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